According to the new Ipsos MORI Global Trends Survey, due to be launched in May 2017, many countries around the world have seen an increase in the number of their citizens who feel under pressure to be successful and make money.
Over half of Americans (55%) still believe the country is on the wrong track, with less than a third believing we are heading in the right direction (29%).
Most people do not think women belong at home, but when it comes to parenting, traditional beliefs are more dominant.
At Ipsos, we are fundamentally asking two questions about our world today. One, are we seeing something significantly different when it comes to politics both domestically and globally? Put differently, have the drivers of politics changed? And second, what is going on? Many have called it populism, is that the case or is it something else (a banana)?
Italy internalises turbulence, Italy’s families are in an increasingly precarious situation, Italy is dominated by a cautious attitude... Discover the 10 points of Flair Italy 2017.
En Marche’s Macron is in the lead to become the next President of France according to the latest Ipsos/Sopra Steria poll of likely voters who were aware of the first-round results.
With only three days until the French Presidential election, Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron lead the field in the latest Ipsos/Sopra Steria poll conducted on behalf of our media partners France Télévisions and Radio France.
Ipsos Public Affairs in Turkey conducted an exit poll the day after the constitutional referendum.
In the latest Pulse of the People™ study in South Africa we examined attitudes and opinions of country direction, delivery of government services and opinions of leadership among those who are receiving social grants from the government and those who are not.
With only 4 days until the French Presidential election, Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron lead the field in the latest Ipsos/Sopra Steria poll conducted on behalf of CEVIPOF and Le Monde. The results are based on a sample of 11,601 registered voters, aged 18+, with interviews conducted online between 16 – 17 April, 2017.